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Westmoreland County

Politicians who were born in Westmoreland County

  Westmoreland County (no city given): Thomas Hendricks, 1773 — Thomas Fletcher, 1779 — Benjamin Hardin, 1784 — John Klingensmith, Jr., 1785 — Leonard Case, Sr., 1786 — Richard Coulter, 1788 — James Kerr, 1791 — Abram Hendricks, 1805 — William Hendricks, Jr., 1809 — Edgar Cowan, 1815 — Joseph Baldrige, 1817 — Peter G. Shannon, 1824 — James C. Clarke, c.1835 — Samuel S. Jack, 1836 — Harry Fritchman, 1865 — Joseph F. Guffey, 1875 — Don K. Marchand, 1885
  Adamsburg: Curtis H. Gregg, 1865
  Alverton: Harry M. Lakin, 1889
  Cook Township: Thomas H. McKlveen, 1877
  Near Delmont: William M. Berlin, 1880
  Fairfield Township: Frank J. Halferty, 1863
  Gibsonton: John Elmore Browne, 1905
  Grapeville: R. Rolland Armstrong, 1910
  Greensburg: William Jack, 1788 — John Dickey, 1794 — James Clarke, 1812 — Augustus Drum, 1815 — Welty McCullogh, 1847 — William T. Dom, 1873 — William S. Culbertson, 1884 — Ralph W. Peacock, 1902 — Rabe Ferguson Marsh, Jr., 1905 — Edward L. Sittler, Jr., 1908 — Frank Mazzei, 1912 — Daniel John Snyder, Jr., 1916
  Near Greensburg: Joseph Henry Kuhns, 1800 — Albert Gallatin Marchand, 1811 — Jacob D. Leighty, 1839 — J. Scott Wolff, 1878
  Guffey Station: Emma G. Miller, 1874
  Harrison City: Homer Ferguson, 1889
  Irwin: Mark Critz, 1962
  Near Irwin: David Marchand, 1776
  Latrobe: Paul W. Mahady, 1908 — Victor B. Stader, Jr., 1908
  Ligonier: John Hendricks, 1792 — Abram W. Hendricks, 1822 — William C. Hendricks, 1825 — J. Ross Stevenson, 1866
  Ligonier Township: William C. Knox, 1839
  Ligonier Valley: William Hendricks, 1782 — John Humbird, 1810
  Lower Burrell: Max G. Leslie, 1864
  Mt. Pleasant: I. Clinton Kline, 1858
  Near Mt. Pleasant: John W. Geary, 1819
  Monessen: Veronica DiCarlo Wicker, 1930
  Murrysville: Jeremiah Murray Burrell, 1815 — Josiah Given, 1828
  New Kensington: Charles W. Goerman, 1891 — Alvin E. Heutchy, 1915 — Donetta W. Ambrose, 1945
  Robbins Station: Edward E. Robbins, 1860
  Vandergrift: William James Perry, 1927
  Near West Fairfield: John Covode, 1808
  West Newton: Barron Patterson McCune, 1915
  Youngstown: James Keenan, 1823
   See also Pennsylvania birthplaces not assigned to counties.

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